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Eaton Compressors, 5 year warranty, built like a Sherman tank

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JEEZ!!! How much CFMs does it push? Is that enough to run your 49gpm pump?

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Just curious about the cfm's and the price for that model.

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Mike Sullivan wrote:

JEEZ!!! How much CFMs does it push? Is that enough to run your 49gpm pump?




32 CFM's @175 psi and yes it will in the 13 hp 60 gallon version of this pump



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Christopher wrote:

Just curious about the cfm's and the price for that model.




Christopher,

This one is kind of expensive, built in the USA by,
EATON compressors out of Ohio. All of there comercial compressors come with an UNHEARD OF 5 year FULL (not a pro-rated) BUMPER to Bumper warranty.

To me, because I know quality built equipment, the $2,300.00 price (approx.) seems reasonable for all this has to offer.

Mind you, Chris and EVERYONE, this is a MONSTER compressor that will do everything any roof cleaner will ever need in my opinion.

I will pull my 1" Kynar Yamada Monster pump that can max. out producing up to 49 GPM. ( I never, nor would I EVER have need to run it that way but I could and with a 60 gallon tank and a super low 600 RPM speed (crazy low) by the way low rpm's are what make pumps last forever, why do you think CAT pressure washer pumps command such a high dollar amount, just look at their rated RPM (revolutions per minute) and you will see.

Heck, though, when you consider the cost of a decent priced High Pressure Cleaning Skid this is a deal. Especially for Professional, American made equipment with a 5 year Full (not pro-rated) Warranty


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From New Roof Cleaning Truck for Thomasville, Georgia and Tallahassee, Florida
"Eaton Compressor 60 gallon V4 13hp gas electric start compressor"

The other version that you were inquiring about is I believe, don't quote me, go to their site to check for sure, the link below.

I think the 30 Gallon tank 13 hp which is in the pic above and has the SAME warranty and BASICALLY the same SPECS just a SMALLER air storage tank and lists for something like $1,750.00 give or take.

If you want you can folow the link I set up here to their website EATON COMPRESSORS, in my opinion, the Best Roof Cleaning Compressors on the Market and read more on this and all their compressors.

-- Edited by Roof Clean USA at 00:49, 2009-02-14

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I am new on this so I realy like to know what do you need a compressor for?

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juarez1981 wrote:


I am new on this so I realy like to know what do you need a compressor for?




Welcome to the RCIA Forum Juarez1981,

We, the members, of the RCIA, hope you learn, grow and EDUCATE YOURSELF, here on this ROOF CLEANING ONLY board. We hope you then, GET CERTIFIED as a CERTIFIED Roof Cleaner.

Once you have mastered the mental skills you need here on this board and have aquired the equipment, you are ready to go out and clean roofs.

It is important, to yourself , and to the industry as a whole, for YOU to get the right knowledge to properly and safely perform the task of cleaning roofs.

Going out into the field and cleaning roofs without the proper skills and equipment sends the wrong message to the public, at large, and out into your community, showing that roof cleaning may not be a viable, USEFUL and valuable service.

Roof Cleaning when performed by a CERTIFIED, trained and knowledgeable Roof Cleaning Technician, in fact, is a MUCH needed and in demand concept, utilized GLOBALLY by hundreds of thousands if not not millions of home and business owners .


After gaining the knowledge required to Safely and Properly Clean and maintain roofs and then perform excellent roof cleaning work out in the field,


To answer your question simply:


"What's the compressor used for"?

Roof Cleaning can be performed with many different types of cleaning solution applicators.

There are MANY topics previously written in detail about the various chemical delivery pumps you can setup and use for this purpose.

Using a specialized pump called an AIR DIAPHRAGM pump that is made out of the PROPER chemically resisitant materials ABLE to withstand the Roof Cleaning chemical we use to clean roofs, compressors are USED to provide AIR to the air driven motors that pump the chemical solution to the roof's surface.


If you want more information on this read the other posts on this forum for more info.

Once Again,

Thank You for your interest and Welcome to the Roof Cleaning Institute Of America!



-- Edited by Roof Clean USA at 07:08, 2009-02-21

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thank you so much for the information!!
I have been reading all this grate information and i am just so happy that I came across this forum!

I been trying to get this kind of information since last year, I really want to get on this business.and I will domy best to become certified and be part of RCIA family!!

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